OK Full Form | What Is the Full Form Of OK in Hindi & English
What does OK mean ?
Ok in the Indian context
In Indian context and Indian languages, OK is generally translated as satisfactorily or alright. In Hindi, it is translated as “theek hai” (equivalent to English acceptance or approval). In all Indian languages OK means all correct or everything is fine. It also denotes approval by the speaker. Indians also use it after a sentence to mean “did you get it?”
What does OK stand for?
Yes there are lots of full forms of OK because it used in very different ways and there are no single meaning come out, so as per experts it has many full forms. For the time being, we will let you know the particular meaning of OK and we will aware you from the other full forms of OK.
Other meanings of OK
OK- All Correct
Whenever someone uses OK during a conversation, it means, All Correct, means everything is fine.
OK- All Clear
When Listener understands something during a conversion, he responds, OK.
OK- Objection Killed
OK is also used when the people in the conversation understand everything and have no objection.
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Some commonly used synonyms of OK are:
- All right
- Very well
- Agree to
In grammar, the usage of work OK-
As an adjective
“The food I ate just now was OK”. Here OK means food was neither good nor bad in taste.
As a verb
“When I showed my presentation to the boss, boss OKed”. Here it means boss liked and approves the presentation.
As a noun
“I need OK from him”. This means he is seeking permission from someone.
As an adverb
“Are you feeling OK?” Here it means are your feeling well.
To begin a sentence.
“OK, can u all be quiet and listen, please?” Here the person is asking others to be quiet and listen to him.